Willow couldn't help but curse the day Daryl Dixon and his brother Merle walked into her life. She knew they were trouble from the first moment she saw them and should have listened to her grandfather when he said stay away...but the temptation had been too great with the dark and mysterious man, an
9.7 8 Votes
Four years have passed since their sanctuary at the prison fell at the hands of the Governor and the surviving members are now thriving at their new home just north of Atlanta. Out of the blue, late one afternoon, Daryl Dixon stumbles across someone they thought they'd lost long ago; a member of the
10.0 33 Votes
Daryl has just finished leading thousands of walkers away from Alexandria, but something went terribly wrong. Daryl's flying back home on his motorcycle to help his survivor family when he meets a lone person walking towards their certain death. He has a big choice to make.
10.0 14 Votes
Daryl and Jillian have always been 2 peas in a pod. Always there for eachother, Jillian seems to be the only one to understand Daryl. They've always felt something more for eachother, but never got the guts to act on it. Will the apocalypse be the push they both need to admit their true feelings?
7.0 4 Votes
She had been left for dead, her fate inadvertently tied to the man with the white rose. It was only ever about survival until she met him - and suddenly it was about more than just surviving to see another day. A slow burning romance. Daryl/OC. Rating may change.
9.8 10 Votes
Sophia never died and as a result it set into effect a series of changes for the group. Not everything happens the same way anymore. Not everyone who originally died, does. Not everyone who lived, does either. New paths are forged and a new face emerges in the lives of the survivors. (Rick/OC)
10.0 22 Votes